VCU police teamed up with the police departments of some of Richmond’s universities as part of a campaign to curtail the serving of alcohol to underrage sudents at parties.
Draped in maroon and silver, they gathered at 9 a.m. on a seemingly innocuous piece of land. The small plot, tucked away behind Main Street Station, is a quiet reminder of Richmond’s grim legacy in the trans-Atlantic slave trade.
Even as Black History Month begins, the pervasive racial tensions evident across the U.S. in the last year continue.
VCU Police Department added 16 new police officers to its roster at the graduation ceremony for the department’s largest ever graduating class on April 12.